The Jets would be stupid to not try to run the ball against us. For some reason teams think that our secondary is our weakest part of our defense since we have so many moving parts, but in actuality we rank near the bottom in run defense. The Dolphins should focus on stopping the run and force the Jets to pass the ball. But, as we know with all HCs who were successful OCs, they love to put the ball in the air with their designed plays.
Pro Football Focus wrote:
3. A look at Kareem Hunt’s impressive Week 13https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-pff-stats- ... ek-14-2019
Seven carries were all it took. That was enough for Hunt, who forced a whopping seven missed tackles on his attempts, meaning he averaged one missed tackle per carry. Hunt became the first running back with at least five carries in a game to reach that feat since Damien Williams in 2016. And he’s the first to do it on seven carries since Chris Ivory in 2014 when the Jets running back forced eight missed tackles.